Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
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t»AGE SIX Townsend Club Has Me«iing— . Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carney entertained members and friends of the Townsend club last week! Tuesday evening. I Mrs. Mary Heard and A. M. | Anderson handed two Liberty Bell books of ten members each. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Flora were appointed on a Trail-Blazer committee. A card of thanks was voted to Mrs. Carrie Koestler. of Burt. A benefit card party is to be held tonight at Mr. " and Mrs. Chas. Heard's. The next meeting will be held next Tuesday evening. October 17, at John Flora's, and a wishing well will furnish entertainment. Federation Meeting Dated— A fall meeting of the county Federation of Woman's clubs will be held Tuesday, Oct. 10, at the Presbyterian church, Lakota, and hostess clubs will be Lakota Acorn, Fcnlon Woman's club, Portland Woman's club, and Titonka Federated. • There will bo a memorial observance for the Mrs. Mayme L. Peterson, county chairman, given by the Rev. W. L. Patterson, Titonka. The program feature will be a talk by Mrs. Pearl Bjork, Forest City, on Problems Facing Education Today. New Homemakers Group— Women of German and Buffalo townships met Sept. 28 at the Methodist church, Titonka, and organized a homemakers group with the help of Mrs. Margaret Pratt, county home economist. Mrs. Herman Drecsman is leader for German, Mrs. Wayne Miller for Buffalo. There are two leader-training schools a year. The first homemakers meeting of Ihc group will be held November 10 at Mrs. Raymond Bartlett's, Titonka. Mrs. Bartlett is the retiring leader. Shower for Soldier's Wife— Mrs. Veronica Roethler, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, and Mrs. Louis Garmann were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower Sunday, Sept. 17, at Mrs. Roethlcr's for Mrs. C. P. Bergstresscr, the former Gladys Matern, daughter of ;Mrs. L. A. Matern. There were 25 guests. Mrs. Bergstresscr was married a year or two ago, but her husband is in the army, at present, in the' Hawaiian Isles and she is just beginning housekeeping in a home she has bought here. Homemakers Group Meets— A September meeting of the Plum Creek Homemakers group j was held Tuesday, Sept. 19, in i the township community room, i 20 women attending. I Mrs. Weber had charge of a lesson vegetable storage, and a quiz was conducted by Mrs. Richard Kain. Mrs. Pratt, home eco- no'mist. gave an outline of the women's work for the year. Lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs. Donald Weaver, Mrs. Married KOBSUTH COW*** ADVANCE ALGONA, IOWA IS A Mason City Globrj- Gazette picture of Florence Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillies, Algona, whosa marriage Sunday to Garnet I.,. Pickard, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Pickard, Whittemorc. was reported in Tuesday's Upper DCS Moincs. Henry Strocbel, and Mrs. Jewell Larson. Party for 11-YcarToid— Mrs. Gilbert Hargreave?, southeast of Algona, entertained Saturday at a birthday party for her daughter Patty,-.11, and guests were Jackie Zentner, Maxine Gibson, Joan Bacon, Phyllis and, Beverly Robison, Beverly and' Jean Marie Capcsius, Anita, Pa- i tricia, and Virginia Simon, Pauline and Rita Miller, Kathcrine Hutchins, Mrs. Eric Ericson, (daughters Yvonne and Sharon, 'Mrs. Grace Phillips, Mrs. Douglas, Wildin, daughter Sharon, and! Mildred Frazier. Lunch included '• a birthday cake with 11 candles. Dinner Honors a Baptism— Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gcilenfeld entertained at dinner Sunday honoring their grandson, Jerome Donald Brunsvold, who was bap- tised at the Trinity Lutheran church that day. Guests were the sponsors, Ehna Bocttcher and Henry Gcilenfeld, also the Rev. and Mrs, Luther Locsch, their children, Mrs. Emilic Hciden- witli, Mrs. Herman Boettcher, of Windom, Minn., Maybclle Keene, Helen Gade, Mrs. Marion Donahue, son James. Mr. and Mrs. William Drover, Lotts Creek, and their son Victor. United Service Women Meet— A semi-annual meeting of the United Service Women of the county was held Tuesday at Burt. Mr.-:. H. A. French, Titonka, president, presided, and Mrs. D. D. Monlux, slate president, explained the work being done by women of the- r.latc. Mrs. Harold Gil- r.iorc, district president, reported on her work. There was an attendance of. 200. The next mealing will be j held in the spring. Dinntr Hontti • Sblditr— A birthday dinner was served at Chris Hansen's last week Sun* day in honor of Pfc. Otto C. jlan- sen, home on furlough, and guests were Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Aksel Nielsen, Marie and Edwin Hunt, all of Lu Verne, the;Henry Gud- erians, Mrs. JameY Hudson, daughter Sandra, Algona. Garden Club Ha* MMting— The county Garden club met last week Monday at the high school building here, and Mrs. Harry Bode discussed "Putting the Ga'rdcns Away for Winter." She had on display some prize dahlias sent to the P. .W. camp for patients at the camp hospital. A basket of mixed flowers was sent to the U. S. O. rooms. War Souvenirs Purf— A war souvenirs party was held in the Methodist .church' Wednesday evening, with the Glen Rolands, A. L. Browns, Mr. and Mrs. C., A. Phillips, and the Paul Bells as hosts. The guests had been asked to bring insignia, decorations, military articles, and gifts from men and women in' service, to be-exhibited. Children C«l»brat» Birlhd«r*— ( Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs,. Myrle Griggs and grandson of Dr. A. L. Rist, celebrated hifc eighth birthday Saturday by haying eight boys help him c'at sapper at his home. , .-!-, Judy, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Dick Cowan, had her fifth birthday Tuesday, and 11 of her small friends gathered at her home to help celebrate.' ; Past Matrons Elect— [. The Past Matrons club of the O. E. S. met last week Tuesday for luncheon at the Masonic Temple, officers were elected: Presi. 1 dent, Mrs. Delia McCullough; vice, Mrs. Martha Thorpe; secre^ tary - treasurer, Mrs. Millip Klamp. The retiring president is Mrs. Viva Peterson. /j D. A. R. Meeting Dated— \ The D. A. R. will meet Tucs.- HERE'S CASH S30-$50-$75-$100-$200 or More For Your Fall Expenses . Prepare now and relieve financial strain with a low-cost personal loan. Have only one small payment to meet each month ;: instead of several. A loan plan is available for most any bor- '.• rower—married or. single. . SPECIAL TERMS FOR FARMERS Consult us today regarding your money needs. An inquiry will not obligate you in any way. • Phil J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa. Phone 22. General Insurance Agency •• NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL NO. 020! . : jstate . of Iqwa, Kbssu.th County, 1 ss. In District "Court September term, 1944. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testa- ('inent of Joe Ferstl, deceased, dated July 5th, 1944, • having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the ,, 30th day of October, 1944, is ' fixed for hearing proof of same at f the Court House in Algona, Iowa, j before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said -Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., i' of the day above mentioned all 1 persons interested are hereby ; notified and required to appear, ;' and show cause if -any : they -have, ,; why said instrument should not \ i be probated and allowed as and ' for the last Will !arid Testament i of said deceased. •';••• . , • . Dated at \Aljgon;}, lowji, - October 3, 1944.-: ••-::.,?> •.:;.,';' -r.^;.''ij ; : IIELEN WHITE, •••, ;., Cletjc- ;of iD^rriet! 'COurj.. . J. D. LQWE;-.^ttornc^,'.v ' a,; lo.wa. -;-;• 4-6 NOTICE OF -PROBATE OF ; No. '5199.' I Stale of Iowa, Kossuth county, < ss. In District Court, Septem- I ber Term, 1944. ;<To All Whom It May Concern: ! You are hereby notified, that i 1 an instrument of writing pur- •t porting to be the last Will and I Testament of Edgar P. Keith, deceased, dated December 10, 1936, '; and codicil dated October 24, 1940 having been this day filed, : opened and read, Monday, the y 16th day of October, 1944, is i fixed for hearing proof of same ! at the Court House in Algona, '_ Iowa, before the District Court of i said County, or the Clerk of said 1 Court; and at ten o'clock a. m. of 'i the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Sep- *->mber 20, 1944. 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Mrs. Ralph Miedke and Mrs. Helen White ehtfertaihcd 18 dinner guests at, the former's last we'ek Tuesday evening,, honoring Mrs. Floyd Saunders, Fort Dodge.' vu lu . r or , m ,., . -,-.,.•„ Following dirine* Sin rymmy wdsl Wednesday $ ft l« played, and Peter, smfcll sort of i this fall Mr7 pi , flrsl with.l club guest fairy, talcs. od her bridg Mfs. Mifedke chtertained QlH .#1182-Beloved twn-piccci with |,,d-,.., . interest Bright mct.illic cord I,,,,,,, ,| K , loop and trims the soft rouiulcJ voU- ,mj pcpluin Russian Rayon Crepe in N.i slur . titjm. Blue Clipper. Convoy Aqu.i, an j Plum, sizes 16J/5 to 22} #2034—Tailored to give a tall, slenJer silhouette. Paca-Paca Rayon Crcpc button- front dress with trapunto detailed pockets, bracelet length sleeves, well-cut notched collar. 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